Hamilton and teammate George Russell have signed new deals with Mercedes until the end of the 2025 season.
The silver arrows team extended the contract of its current midfielders until 2025, thus ending some rumors about possible movements for the following seasons.
Lewis Hamilton, seven times Formula One champion, toHe warned his rivals that he has “unfinished business” after extending his contract with Mercedes.
“They’re stuck with me a bit more,” Hamilton said with a smile on Thursday at the Italian Grand Prix at Monza. “I honestly couldn’t be happier to extend with this team.
This will win Hamilton with his renewal
The new deal, which It is estimated to have a value of 63.4 million dollars (50 million pounds), which will keep the British driver behind the wheel after he turns 40.
With this, Hamilton will become the second highest paid driver in Formula 1only below Max Verstappen, who earns more than 50 million Euros.
“I definitely didn’t think I’d be at this age feeling this way physically and mentally and still love what I do so much,” Hamilton said. “It’s something I’m extremely grateful for.
Looking ahead to the Italian GP race, Lewis is fourth in the table with 156 points, while George is seventh with 99; in the constructors Mercedes is second with 255 units.
WITH INFORMATION FROM AP
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